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1 PRIVATE BANKING PREMIER ACCOUNTS Guide to charges

2 This is your guide to the main fees and charges for services on your Private Banking Premier account and debit card Rates that apply to your Private Banking Premier accounts can be found in our Private Banking Premier accounts rates of interest guide. We ve designed this guide to help you plan ahead and avoid unnecessary charges in the future so you may find it helpful to keep it with your bank statements for reference. If you go into a Planned or Unplanned Overdraft by 25 or less you will not pay any overdraft fees or debit interest. If you go into a Planned or Unplanned Overdraft by more than 25 there will be charges and debit interest to pay on the whole amount. Please see the fee table in this document for full details. There ll also be a charge if you use special services, such as requesting copy statements. This guide explains how these charges work, and when we apply them. If you ask us for a service that is not covered here or if we make any changes to our fees, we ll always let you know before you are charged. You can also check the latest information either online at lloydsbank.com or by phoning The Private Banking Telephone Service on Monthly charge if you have a Private Banking Premier Current account If the cleared balance on your current account is at least 10,000 in credit throughout the monthly charging period or if you maintain a managed portfolio with Private Banking of 250,000 or more there is no charge. If the cleared current account balance falls below 10,000 at any time during the monthly charging period and you do not have a managed portfolio with Private Banking of 250,000 or more 25 a month. Our monthly charging period for the Private Banking Premier current account runs from the 2nd of one month to the 1st of the next month, or is based on the day of the month you opened your account, depending on the type of account you may have held with us previously. If you open, upgrade or close your account part way through a month, you will only pay for the days you have used. 1

3 Monthly charge if you have a Private Banking Premier Plus account Irrespective of your credit balance 25 a month. No fee waivers apply to the Plus option. Our monthly charging period for the Private Banking Premier Plus account runs from the 2nd of one month to the close of business on the 1st of the next month, or is based on the day of the month you opened your account, depending on the type of account you may have held with us previously. If you open, upgrade or close your account part way through a month, you will only pay for the days you have used. Borrowing from us with an overdraft An overdraft is where, as part of our overall service, we are willing to lend you money through your current account. How much we lend depends on our assessment of your personal circumstances. Lloyds Bank is a responsible lender and we only wish you to borrow what you can afford and in a way that is best for you. All overdrafts are repayable on demand. Please contact us if you would like to discuss your requirements, or if you have any financial difficulties, and we will do our best to help. Please see condition 10 in the Personal Banking terms and conditions for more details about overdrafts. We provide two types of overdraft: a Planned Overdraft and an Unplanned Overdraft. If you decide you need an overdraft, you can ask us in advance for a Planned Overdraft. You can also ask to increase an existing Planned Overdraft limit at any time. Planned Overdrafts A Planned Overdraft is an overdraft up to an agreed overdraft limit which you arrange with us in advance and which increases the available funds in your account. If we agree to provide you with a Planned Overdraft, we ll let you know about any further conditions which apply. There is a 600 interest and fee-free Planned Overdraft available on your current account which is subject to application and approval by us. You won t be charged any overdraft fees or interest if you stay within the interest and fee free amount of your Planned Overdraft. You will only pay overdraft fees or debit interest on any Planned Overdraft (or part of a Planned Overdraft) that we have agreed with you in advance, where you have gone above the interest and fee free limit. You must be 18 or over to have a Planned Overdraft. We will not charge you fees for setting up a Planned Overdraft. 2

4 Unplanned Overdrafts If you try to make a payment out of your account (for example, by Direct Debit or cheque) for which you don t have enough available funds, we will treat this as a request for an Unplanned Overdraft, or for an increase in an Unplanned Overdraft you already have. We will consider whether to agree to your request taking into account your personal circumstances. Please note, a Planned or Unplanned Overdraft continues until it is repaid. So, at the start of any monthly billing period, if you still have a Planned or Unplanned Overdraft from the previous monthly billing period, you will incur a further monthly fee and up to another eight daily fees (depending on when you pay it back). The monthly billing period is generally from the 2nd of each month, to the 1st of the next but this can vary for some clients. For example, it could start on the 10th of each month. This means you may be charged a monthly fee more than once within a calendar month (but never more than once in the same monthly billing period). If you are unsure when your monthly billing period starts, please contact us to find out. Unplanned Overdrafts are intended to be used for short-term borrowing. You will find it cheaper to ask for a new or increased Planned Overdraft that meets your needs, rather than using an Unplanned Overdraft. If you make a mistake We understand that everyone can make mistakes from time to time. This is why you will not be charged any fees or debit interest when you go into a Planned or Unplanned Overdraft by up to 25. Both monthly and daily fees will become payable if: you go into a Planned or Unplanned Overdraft by more than 25 the Planned or Unplanned Overdraft is over the 25 buffer and has still not been repaid at the start of the next monthly billing period. 3

5 If we agree to your request for a Planned or an Unplanned Overdraft, we will charge you the following fees: Fee Amount Description Monthly Overdraft Usage fee 6 You will only pay this fee if you use a Planned or Unplanned Overdraft by more than 25 at anytime during your monthly billing period (even if your next monthly billing period is only a few days away). If you have an interest and fee-free Planned Overdraft limit that has been agreed as part of your account you will not pay the 6 fee if you stay within that limit or exceed it by 25 or less. We will charge you a maximum of one Monthly Overdraft Usage fee in a monthly billing period. Daily fee Unplanned Overdraft balance is: 25 or less 0 (buffer applies) More than 25 but less than a day 100 or more 10 a day You will pay a daily fee for using an Unplanned Overdraft. The amount of the fee will be worked out at the end of each day (including weekends and Bank Holidays) on the balance of your Unplanned Overdraft. We will charge you a maximum of eight daily fees in a monthly billing period. Returned items Where you do not have enough available funds to make a payment and we do not agree to grant or extend an Unplanned Overdraft, you will not be able to make that payment. We will write to tell you we have declined your request. Our charge for considering the request, dealing with the other bank and telling you about this service is as follows. Returned item fee 10 for each unpaid item. We will charge you up to a maximum of three fees a day. The fee will only apply if the value of the item returned is more than 10. 4

6 Avoiding overdraft charges Grace period Occasionally you may go over your limit by more than your 25 buffer. If this ever happens, we will give you some time during the day to put things right. All you have to do is make sure you correct the overdrawn balance on your account by 3.30pm (UK time) the same day, to avoid overdraft fees you may incur for that day. The money needs to be immediately available to use, so you could transfer money from another personal account you have with us via Mobile Banking, Internet Banking, Telephone Banking or pay in cash at any branch. You can check your balance on a daily basis: at any Cashpoint by calling the Private Banking Telephone Service at any Lloyds Bank branch online at lloydsbank.com by using Mobile Services The following table gives examples of the fees you ll pay if you try to make a payment when you don t have available funds in your account. You may find it helpful to refer to your recent bank statements to see how you currently use your account. This will help you identify why you might have to pay fees and how you can avoid paying them in the future. We developed these examples with the Office of Fair Trading and leading consumer groups to help you to think about how changing the way you use your account can affect the amount you could pay. In addition to Unplanned Overdraft fees, you will also pay interest on any Unplanned Overdraft you use. Please note that the following scenarios are to be used as examples only and you may not be able to use your account in this way. Private Banking Premier, Private Banking Premier Plus and Private Banking Premier Offset Accounts. Reasons that you might pay fees Unplanned Overdraft fees 1 We refuse a payment from your account because there is not enough money in your account. 2 A payment from your account takes you into an Unplanned Overdraft by 25 or less. You use an Unplanned Overdraft for one day during the month. 3 A payment from your account takes you into an Unplanned Overdraft and you make another payment from the account while you are overdrawn. You use an Unplanned Overdraft for two days in a row during the month. (Based on your account being in an Unplanned Overdraft for one day between followed by one day of 100 or more). 10 for each item Nil 21 5

7 Reasons that you might pay fees 4 A payment from your account takes you into an Unplanned Overdraft, and you make nine further payments from your account while you are overdrawn. You use an Unplanned Overdraft for 10 days in a row during the month. (Based on your account being in an Unplanned Overdraft for one day between and then for nine days of 100 or more*). 5 A payment from your account takes you into an Unplanned Overdraft. You are overdrawn for one day. However, on three further occasions during the same month, a payment takes you into an Unplanned Overdraft. On each of these occasions you are overdrawn for three days. (Based on your account being in an Unplanned Overdraft for one day at less than 25, three days between and then six days of 100 or more*). 6 A payment from your account takes you into an Unplanned Overdraft. You are overdrawn for 21 days in a row during the month and you make 12 further payments from the account while you are overdrawn. (Based on your account being in an Unplanned Overdraft for five days between and 16 days of 100 or more*). Unplanned Overdraft fees * You will only pay Unplanned Overdraft Daily Fees for up to a maximum of 8 days in any monthly billing period. The 25 buffer applies to all Lloyds Bank Private Banking current account holders. Clients who receive an interest free overdraft as part of their Added Value Account will only pay the 6 Monthly Overdraft Usage Fee when they go beyond their interest free overdraft and 25 buffer. Clients will still be charged debit interest once they exceed their interest free overdraft and this rate will remain unchanged for each type of account. 6

8 Debit Card charges When you take cash out in the UK (whether at an ATM or over the counter) Using your debit card at a Lloyds Bank Cashpoint machine or branch in the UK. Using your debit card at a non-lloyds Bank Cashpoint machine or non Lloyds Bank branch in the UK. Free of charge. Lloyds Bank does not charge for this. However, the owner of the machine may. If so, the machine will show you the amount and tell you that it will be taken from your account when you withdraw the cash. Cashpoint is a registered trademark of Lloyds Bank plc. Using your Premier debit card in the UK to buy travellers cheques or foreign currency From any Lloyds Bank branch. From any other banks, travel agents, Bureau de Change and other outlets displaying the Visa sign. Foreign currency and foreign currency travellers cheques: free. Sterling travellers cheques: 1.5% of the amount with a minimum transaction charge of You won t pay this fee if you order sterling traveller s cheques over the phone or through internet banking and collect from a branch. Lloyds Bank does not make a charge but the provider of foreign currency or traveller s cheques may make a charge. 7

9 When you withdraw cash abroad (whether at an ATM or over the counter) Using your Lloyds Bank debit card. Charges When you withdraw cash abroad normally we convert a withdrawal to sterling on the day it is processed by Visa using the Visa Payment Scheme Exchange Rate. We will charge a non-sterling transaction fee of 2.99% of the value of the withdrawal and we will charge a non-sterling cash fee of 1.5% of the value of the withdrawal which will be a minimum of 2.00 and a maximum of Where you elect to allow the ATM operator/financial service provider to make the conversion to sterling we will charge a foreign cash fee of 1.5% of the value of the withdrawal which will be a minimum of 2.00 and a maximum of The provider of the foreign currency may make a separate charge for conversion. When you use your debit card to make a purchase or other transaction (not cash withdrawal, foreign currency or travellers cheque purchase) in a currency other than sterling whether you are in the UK or abroad Using your Lloyds Bank debit card. Charges The amount is converted to sterling on the day it is processed by Visa using the Visa Payment Scheme Exchange Rate. We will charge a nonsterling transaction fee of 2.99% of the value of the transaction. 8

10 Mobile services Service Mobile Banking Pack Limit and balance alerts, which are texts that we send to alert you when your balance is high or low, or near your limit. This can help you avoid overdraft fees and interest. Mobile Banking, which is an application that allows you to get up-to-date balance enquiries and mini-statements on your mobile, and even make transfers between eligible accounts. Balance on Demand, which allows you to receive your balance 24/7 by text. Text Alert Service Register and receive texts each week with your account balance. Get a Text Alert each time your debit card is used abroad to check it s you. Charges Free Free Other services Service Charges Stopped cheque (although we make no charge if the cheque was lost or stolen). 10 Special cheque presentation (if you ask for a cheque to be express cleared ). 10 Statements We will send you regular account statements and if you order an extra statement at any Lloyds Bank Cashpoint machine this will be free of charge. Free Duplicate statements* 5 Banker s draft/cheque (sterling) 20 CHAPS Payment (when you transfer cleared funds to accounts held at any other bank on the same day to arrive the same day. Includes advising beneficiary when payment reaches their bank if required). Returned Cheque (if a cheque you pay into your account is returned to us unpaid by another bank or branch). 30 Free * We may make an additional charge for excessive requests (such as for many duplicate statements) and requests other than those outlined above. 9

11 Other services continued Overseas payments and deposits International Payment (from 30 October 2009). Charges Up to 5, Over 5, International Draft** 20 Electronic payments received from abroad. 7 Cheques received from abroad (the charges will depend on the way we choose to get payment of the cheques from the paying bank, the amount of the cheque and which country the cheque is from). For more information visit us at lloydsbank.com ** There is a 20 charge for cancelling an international draft (it also costs 20 to re-issue an international draft). Refund conversions will be made using our buying rate of exchange on the day we receive the funds. Cheque clearing process Cheques go through a clearing process so the amount you pay in may not be available to use straight away. The clearing cycle means that when you pay in a sterling cheque from another UK bank: You will see it on your balance the same day we credit it to your account. We begin paying interest or reducing any overdraft interest you pay a maximum of two working days after the day a cheque has been paid in (for example, paid in Monday, interest Wednesday). No more than four working days after the cheque is paid in, the money is available for you to use (for example, paid in Monday, available Friday) although we can still take the money from your account if the cheque is returned unpaid, even if it puts you into overdraft. But an unpaid cheque cannot be taken from your account after the end of the sixth working day (for example, paid in Monday, cannot be taken after the following Tuesday). Most banking services are exempt from VAT at present. If this should change, we reserve the right to add VAT to these charges). 10

12 Please go to lloydsbank.com/privatebanking or call us on Please contact us if you d like this information in an alternative format such as Braille, large print or audio. If you have a hearing or speech impairment and would prefer to use a Textphone, please feel free to call us on (lines open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week). If you are Deaf and prefer to use BSL then you can use the SignVideo service available on our website lloydsbank.com/signvideo.asp Lloyds Bank plc Registered Office: 25 Gresham Street, London EC2V 7HN. Registered in England and Wales No Authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority under number , except for lending where we are licensed by the Office of Fair Trading. We subscribe to the Lending Code; copies of the Code can be obtained from We are members of The Financial Services Compensation Scheme and covered by the Financial Ombudsman Service. Your call may be monitored or recorded in case we need to check we have carried out your instructions correctly and to help improve our quality of service. Information correct as of September M54588 (09/13)

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